CPSL Mind was extremely impressed when Peterborough based, Supermax Healthcare, a manufacturer of disposable examination gloves raised over £3,000 in recognition of World Mental Health day which took place on 10th October.
The company carried out a number of fundraising activities, including donating a percentage of product sales, auctioning a day off work, cake sales, a swear jar as well as two members of the team shaving their heads and eyebrows in order to raise money. Directors Iain and Kelly Crawford very generously match funded everything that was raised.
Iain and Kelly Crawford said, “We are so happy to announce that we have raised an incredible £3,131.52 following a day of fundraising festivities in support of World Mental Health Day for CPSL Mind. As a business we are big advocates of supporting local charity, especially one that empowers anyone experiencing a mental health problem, something that is very close to all our hearts. From bake sales to shaving heads and eyebrows, we really united as a business and are very proud of the amount we achieved in such a short period of time.”
Zoe Doherty, Fundraiser for CPSL Mind said, “We are extremely impressed with how much money Supermax Healthcare raised in such a short space of time and the number of fundraising activities they organised. This amazing donation will be used to help local people in their recovery from mental health challenges. A huge thank you to everyone who was involved.”